The nitrergic autonomic innervation of the liver.

Abstract

Using immunohistochemical approaches, the nitrergic innervation of the liver has been studied in mammals and in fish. The morphofunctional relationships described here indicate a high degree of evolutionary conservation of the hepatic nitrergic transmission and its possible involvement in the neural control of the hepatic function in health and disease. 

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